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In this exercise, I have learnt how to verbally speak out a solution to a maths problem. I was able to ‘translate’ the mathematical language written on the paper into words. I could elaborate on why this equation was used and so on. I have also learnt a strategy in mathematics; to do everything in order. With every step, every formula done in an orderly manner, the solution was shown very clearly to me. I knew what was the next step every time.
One difficulty I faced was using proper terms to explain a change in the equation. I was not sure of some of the terms that I had to use. In the end, I only used words that made sense to me, even though it may not have been the proper terms to use.